Forbes recently published a story on research by Karen Huang, a Ph.D student at Harvard, that suggests that people who ask questions, particularly follow-up questions, may become better managers, land better jobs, and even win second dates. Huang designed a study that examined whether asking questions at a first meeting improved the relationship or made no difference. She […]
Fights over water are pretty common these days. The San Joaquin River in California, for example, is in the thick of disputes between farmers, cities and other uses as a variety of groups attempt to restore the fishery and other aspects of a historically battered river. The recent North Dakota pipeline crisis is another example. […]
Robust Math Skills Engineers know that mathematical relationships form the building blocks of all that we see in nature. The famous British mathematician, engineer and computer scientist, Alan Turing, was so talented in math as a child that he could solve advanced math problems with little to no exposure to introductory calculus. He went on […]
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